Wave of Attacks Rock Kabul

Rockets fired at parliament building and embassies in apparently co-ordinated assault on government and diplomatic areas. A series of explosions followed by sustained gunfire have shaken the Afghan capital Kabul in what appears to be a co-ordinated attack on two areas frequented by Afghan government officials and their international allies. The first blasts struck the Wazir Akbar Khan area of central Kabul, home to a number of embassies and a Nato base. Gunfire broke out soon after, forcing people into the street to take cover. Smoke could be seen rising from a few buildings as sirens wailed. Heavy gunfire continued more than 30 minutes after the initial explosion. Read more at http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/blog/2012/apr/15/kabul-attacks-live-updates

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